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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

2 LIVES SNUFFED OUT Powder Explosion in a Colliery in Pennsylvania. FIVE MEN FATALLY. INJURED Powder on Cara Which-Break. Away and Cauae a Concuaalon When ' They Strike. Wilkesbarre, Pa„ May ; , 7.—Five men were probably fatally injured by an ex plosion of powder which occurred at the Henry colliery of the Lehigh Valley Coal company to-day. The powder was on a "trip" of cars. As the cars entered the slope they broke away, and dashed down the mine. When the cars reached the bottom of the slope the concussion caused the powder to explode. The force of the explosion was terrific, and the men -who were riding on the "trip" were badly Injured from the shock as well as by the explosion. The injured men are: Patrick Sharpe, John and James Burke, David Morgan and Thomas Duffy. BOUGH ON BARNEY Wisconsin Apportionment Puts Him in a Democratic District. MILLS' BILL WILL GO THROUGH All the Districts Changed Except the First and Tenth—How They- Look. '.-' Special to The Journal. Madison, Wis., M...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING. MAY 7, 1901, —»————— i——»—__—— 4. ■——— I ■■ BASEBALL HEADED BIGHT WAY Millers Move up the Ladder Two Rungs. SWORMSTEAD'S GREAT WORK ■■ ' ■ fee Gives the St. Joe Boys Only One Bit and That * Scratch— i •■*■-■-< To-day's Games. --. - Minneapolis moved up a couple of rungs In the Western League ladder yesterday afternoon by taking a game from the senior saints of St. Joseph. By the same game, Pitcher Swormstead jumped into the calcium light. He shut out the senior taints, which was not much of a task. His great feat was to hold them down to one hit, -which same hit was of the scratchiest kind. Swormstead had to pitch ball to such well-known players as Joe Schrall, who hit at .334 last year; Tim Flood, for whom Comiskey angled In rain; Charley Doom, the busy little Are-haired catcher; "Russ" Hall, late of the St. Louis Nationals, and other am bitious players, but Flood was the only one to scare up a hit, and his little poke Is called so only by courtesy. It came a li...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

I THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT, J. i MoLAIN, MANAGER, EDITOR. THE] JOURNAL. 1* published every- evening, except Sunday, at 47-40 Fourth Street South, Journal Building, Minneapolis, Minn. ' C. J. Billion, Manager Foreign Adver tising Department. NEW YORK OFFICE— B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. -Lv-'i CHICAGO . OFFICE—BO 7, V* Stock Ex change building. SUBSCRIPTION TERMS Payable to The Journal Printing Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one m0nth............. $0.35 One copy, three months 1-00 Onc> copy, six months..... .....2.00 • One.' copy, . one - year .... ;;-.' .';...- 4-00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 '■'. Delivered by Carrier. . c : One copy, one week Scents One copy, one month... 35 cents Single copy .-2 cents No Eight-Hour Day for Him J. Pierpont Morgan seeks rest and di version in the frivolities of Aix-les-Baias. He is striving to forget for a few hours the stupendous tasks he has taken upon himself and piled up until he has become the modern Atlas, the man upon w...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1901. Nlcollci avcibc. PEAR S Nicollet Avenue. [SSIFASHION STORE gj|S/ New styles Josi Receive*] from the Fashion Artists ol the world Silk and Cotton Dresses $5.00 to $40.00 New Shirt Waists, Silk, Linen and Cotton $1.00 to $15.00 Surpassing in variety and style any ever shown here. New Dress Skirts...' $5.00 to $50.00 Etamine, Nun's Veiling, Canvas Weaves, Silk Taffeta, Lace Nets, Grenadine, etc. Everyone remarks, "the best in town." Rainy Day Skirts in every <--» />*/\ Suit Sale pr>ice ands4ss2o m, i V- The best styles that are IJ^"." „ « ♦ -^S-iV new. Look everywhere SO Rainy Day or Street TSZTTV /-: and then come; you will Skirts, extra special values jjQ XX, J buy every time, in black and colors, made /^s_7i /. \\ . / \ _-_* _' fors» ._,, ftlrt ■ to sell for O X ne ' / >^/X V $9.75 suits. andSia $7.50 only ...&&» •** iP '// 'Wf'.l V CHRA tor $20a_d 50 Strictly Water-proof ''J IT) / / *,* °" » suits. Rainy Day Skirts, 31000 I MM}/, 'A...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

«5 CITY NEWS A Large Accession — Twenty-seven were received into membership at the com munion service In Plymouth church Sun day. Eight were by letter and nineteen on confession of faith. Stonecutters Kesume Work -- The stonecutters who went out on a strike two weeks ago are now at work again. The con tractors conceded the increase in wages de manded—o cents an hour. They will work eight hours a day and receive 60 cents an hour. « - Knock Drop* Case—Mary John son, charged with grand larceny in the first degree, was arraigned in the police court yes terday. Examination was waived and she «as held to the grand jury. The police say that the woman robbed a stranger of $„> through the agency of knock-out drops. . Delinquent Tax Sale—The sale of property embraced in the delinquent real es tate . list for 1899 was begun yesterday in the office of County Auditor Scott. The bla ding was very lively. Property was sold in the towns of* Brookline, Corcoran, Crystal Lake, Dayton. Champlin, Ex...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

TUESDAY EYEING.MAY 7. 1901. Nicollet Avenue. FLAKvL 5 Nicollet Avenue. fsasl FASHION STORE Egg New styles Just Received (rem the Fashion Artists ol the world Silk and Cotton Dresses $5.00 to $40.00 New Shirtwaists, Silk, Linen and Cotton $1.00 to $15.00 Surpassing in variety and style any ever shown here. New Dress Skirts....'. $5.00 to $50.00 Etamine, Nun's Veiling, Canvas Weaves, Silk Taffeta, Lace Nets, Grenadine, etc. Everyone remarks, "the best in town." Rainy Day Skirts in every --, /"***"■-.\ Suit Sale stvleand^ JBTtfJOA *_& '/ ' V The best styles that are price 54ov»U a332_*, f The best styles that are __■>__.' r» _- c*-__* / new. Look everywhere 50 Rainy Day or Street TV/TV ' / and then come; you will Skirts,extra special values . & \\i / . every time. in black and colors, made AkJ f\\ -, /v _______ __» ,' an , ___„ to sell for «£ X OK ' Al//^ ') $9.75 K 5 aDd *" $7.50 only ...if ■_?« , /TOT V ___!__■ for $20 and 50 Strictly Water-proof , /_/ i(r J / 'I ■ 1-IIIF ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

R CITY NEWS A Large Accession — Twenty-seven were received into membership at the com munion service in Plymouth church Sun day- Eight were by letter and nineteen on confession ot faith. Stonecutters Resume "Work — The stonecutters who went out on a strike two weeks ago are now at work again. The con tractors conceded the Increase in wages de manded-^ cents an hour. They will work eight hours a day and receive 60 cents an hour. « Knock-Out Drop* ('«•«— Mary John son, charged with grand larceny in the first degree, was arraigned in the police court yes terday. Examination was waived and she was held to the grand Jury. The police say that the woman robbed a stranger of $S5 through the agency of knock-out drops. _tellnuuent Tax Sale—The sale of property embraced in the delinquent real es tate . list for 1899 was begun yesterday in the office of County Auditor Scott, The bid ding was very lively. Property was sold in the towns of Brookline, Corcoran, Crystal Lake, Dayton, Champlin, Exee...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1901. YERXA These items are worthy of careful reading. They are r all the money-saving kind. Asparagus Bunch 5c Spinach XT: ....... 15c Pie Plant _» . le ■ IV ■ (Will ___»..•••••• »*».••.. •••• •••_• »w I _■_*_________ Q _■_ LemOnS Dozen oc Pineapples Each 15c Good Rice Lb ...... 3_c Pearl Tapioca Kind 4e Lamp Chimneys Each 4c Scrubbing SSl9c Broom Parlor 19c Parlor Mafshes i____- 9a Hominy sp«___ (uc Eggs %IT. lie Coffee Every pound we sell has been fresh roasted (in our own roasting room) on the day.of its sale. '.-- .;. - Hoffman House, lb 30c "Robal. lb =-. --c Golden Rio and Santos, 1b.."....... "15c Tea Of our own importing hundred kinds are here. Prices begin at 35c lb. . Asparagus, fresh, home grown, bunch ,5c Ho_ne grown Spinach, peck...* '.".' 15c Pineapples, each 15c Plant, lb 2c Bakery Department. Oar pastry and cake baker is from- one of Boston's"" up-to-date pastry and cake shops. We are furnishing better goods than has been supplied in Minneapo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

8 The Only Vestibuled Train to Chicago and Kansas '■'"■ City after 7:35 p. m. run ' ning Buffet Sleeping and Free Reclining Chair Cars is No. 6, leaving every night at 10:45 via M_»£_;-___£._t ... Chicago Great Western Railway Ticket* at City Office, corner Fifth St. and "Nicollet Aye- or Chicago. Great "Western Depot, corner 10th and Washington Aye. South, Minneapolis. PERUNA CURES CATARRH OFSrOMACtI.BOWELS.KIDNEYS AND FEMALE ORGANS. BRUM'S CAPSULES y l sme VS_t_* Drugstore, Minneapolis. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION —OF— "THE COFATENO COMPANY." The undersigned hereby associate for the purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of the State of Minnesota, and hereby adopt and subscribe the following articles of association. U*7_| ARTICLE I. The name of this corporation shall be "The Cofateno Company." The general nature of its business shall be to manufacture cofateno, a substitute for coffee, and other cereals, and to sell and dis pose of the products of its manufacture. This corp...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

TUESDAY .EYEXENG. MAY 7, 1901. THE NEW STORE May House Furnishing Sale Furniture, Stoves, Carpets, Rugs, Draperies, Wall Paper, Paints and House Furnishing Goods. Good merchandise direct from the leading mills and factories, priced to make this May House Furnishing Sale one long to be remem bered by wise buyers. Prices good for all this week. Come early for the best selections. Draperies Couch Covers — Fine Bagdad stripe couch covers.heavy fringe on four Qrt E__H_ sides. •*!>___■€*•« Tapestry Portieres— inches wide, four excellent colors, $4 values, $2.75 pair "sj___b 1 © 50-inch Oriental Stripe Tapes try for couch covers, portieres, window seats, over-draperies, etc.; 65c and 75c Ik A MA values; yard ... ."t ■I AM Purified Silk Floss Sofa Pillows 16-in. 18-in. 20-in. 22-in. 24-in Isc 25c 35c 45c Sic Scotch Net Lace Curtains 2o patterns, choice reproductions of fine hand-made laces, $2.00 to $2.50 regular; OR pair ...."„... HM ___?«_»' Rope Curtains—One little lot of one hundred,...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

to Wheat firm and higher, with may leading Cables More Encouraging, and Some increased Confidence Was Shown. - CROP NEWS CONTINUES BEARISH Chicago May Goes le Over July and Minneapolis May Within %c of July. Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, May , 7.—Wheat was strong this morning and very : stubborn, selling up and down, but holding : above yesterday's close up to noon. July opened higher at 79%©74 c. and sold to 74% c, dropping back again to the opening. Cables were firmer all around, and the fact that Liverpool made a gain against our decline i yesterday was encouraging. Liverpool closed ! % to %d higher. Antwerp was unchanged. ' Paris showed remarkable" strength and an j advance equal to about 2c. Northwestern re- | celpts were moderate, and there were some , ■unverified rumors of frost damage In the I •west in circulation early. Also some early I gossip to the effect that the Bradstreet estl- , mate would show a 6,000,000 bushels decrease ' in the world's visible supply. i Chicag...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, 1901. MURDERER AND SUICIDE Verdict of the Coroner's Jury in Rosenfield's Case.: The inquest over the' remains of Wil liam Rosenfield and the eldest child, Joseph, at St.. Paul, yesterday, found that the child came to his death at the hands of the.father, who afterward threw the body into the river. The verdict re turned. in the case of the father was sui cide. It developed later that the body found yesterday afternoon was that of the baby, Samuel Rosenfield, and not William's. Teal" estate transfers ~ "Wm. E. Fay and wife to Martin Dyke, lot L block 14, Gale's second addi tion; also in section 21. township 29, north of range 24 $1,000 George C. Averill, trustee, to Mary E. Blackburn, lot 4, block 5, Elwell's addition , 1,200 Bersham Bintliff and wife to Fred S. Bintliff, lot 24, block 4, Chicago ave nue addition SOO Charles C. Johnson and wife, to Myrtle M. Tabour, lot 1, block 4, King's ad dition 1 3,800 "Robert H. Babcock and wife to H. G. Robbins, part lot...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 7 May 1901

42:. ADMIRAL! DEWEY'S COUSIN • _______ ■• • - -V PRAISES _» Dr. Greene's Nervura Hon. Denison Dewey, Admiral Dewey's Cousin, says: "l will Stand by Dr. Greeners Nervura. I Feel Twenty Years Younger." Aside from his close relationship to our great naval hero, Deni son Dewey is prominent in his own right. No one in Montpelier is better known than he, nor more universally respected. Mr. Dewey says:—- ._.*_<-> . ; - *s4AMp< ' " It is a source of grateful pleasure to write this letter, stating: the high respect in which I hold DR. GREENE'S NERVURA BLOOD ...- __^ AND "NERVE Hos. deniso- d_w_y. D r . Greene's Ner vura to the last. You have ray permission to publish this letter with my photograph, for others' benefit." ' -M <*•* .«* DENISON DEWEY, Montpelier, Vt. xj Thousands of people in a state of health, similar to Mr. Dewey, are fruitlessly searching for help and ignoring the true remedy within easy reach of all. V ,. V: . -'- .jgr&ttgSP9^ •**^__^*^ Dr. Greene's Nervura ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURN__l£ fc"^^"~" ___■_•____, ?V^. ..._.. • ■:*•"*■_.■ ■-•"' {.«MAir"rM PRICE TWO CENTS. RED BIRETTA IS BESTOWED Martinelli Becomes a Full- Fledged Cardinal. STRIKING CEREMONIES They Are Held in the Oldest Cathe- dral in America. A QUARTET OF ADDRESSES GIVEN Cardinals Gibbons and Martinelli - Speak and Several Papal • Briefs Are Read. Baltimore, May _,—Sebastian Martin elli, titular archbishop of Ephesus aud cardinal-elect of the church of Rome, to day received at the hands of Cardinal Gibbons the red biretta and donned the robes which will hereafter mark his rank. The ceremony which is the second step in his elevation to his new position, was marked by all the pomp and brilliance ■usually attendant upon such occasions. It was held In the cathedral, the first edifice of its kind erected upon American soil, and in which the first American priest and the first American bishop were or dained. Among those- who witnessed it were men and women prominent in every walk of l...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

= _. j\^ Spring .Medicine There's no season when good medi cine is so much needed as in Spring, and there's no medicine which does so much good in Spring as Hood's Sarsaparllla, Do not delay taking it. Don't put it off till;, your health tone gets too low to be lifted. Hood's Sarsaparilla WUI give you a good appetite, purify and enrich your blood, overcome that tired feeling, give you mental and di gestive strength and steady nerves. Be sure to ask for HOOD'S, the best medicine money can buy. r It is Peculiar to Itself Bad Feelings in Spring— "In the spring I was feeling very badly. My blood was very poor. I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. It did me much good. I think it is a wonderful spring medicine and recommend it to all sick and suffer ing."- Ethel L. Bean. Eaton Center, N. H. BRITONS DISTURBED Shipowners Prepare to Forestall American Operations. ABIT OF BLUFF FROM AN EDITOR British Owners of Vessels Thinking Hard, but Keeping Their Plans - ■ to Themselves. Maw York Sun Soaol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

S^EDNESDAT i EVENING, MAY 8, 1901. Saweedingiy Low Prices I Boys' Shoes. '■• "&i~S~"_!"_t'~*; ; ' rm Vhrifmiln _■ "„■-■„'•, worth $2.50. ,_ 0 C l'V/i?T _UU_lU„y> Our Ladles' Shoes fit well, Special low prices in Boys' Shoes. Our Boys' special;.'.....,, VltOD - _f 6,»as_ * Sear well and are the most stylish Id the city, shoes are the best because made out ot solid Men's light weight Kid, § fa e« these prices for Thursday, leather. 5^ See these. . ; ;. .;*-,.: ; ... -, 1 .. ; , lace.' summer shoes-. .. B /J Ladies' fine black kid. lace. na^^—___ Youths'sl.2s Defender, sizes RQn value $1.75. Sii3S _/ Vt ft Ladies' fine black kid. lace, ■^p_____a» Youths'sl.2s Defender, sizes ....©»© Men's double • (■o* ,/_ li fehsn^. S°1_4 h _ndOO X/ 7 ~2t02 !___ Men's double sole Kan- J 111 POi-snooou 0 1.00 ■/ I Little Gents'sl.so horsehide lace, Qftn garoo Calf,'lace, test. _f i\/j, worm*3. rnur •*»■ ■ ■-*"*' », „ 51ze59t0i3H..;..........,....' ?°V, working shoe made, guar-. _J___yp Ladles' n...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

£ THE JOURNAL LUCIAN SWIFT,' I J. & MaLAIN. MANAGER. j EDITOR. THE* JOURNAL Is published every evening, except Sunday, at 47-49 Fourth Street South, Journal Building-, Minneapolis, Minn. : C. J. unison, Manager Foreign Adver tising ' Department NEW YORK OFFICE—B6, 87, 88 Tribune building. " CHICAGO OFFICE—SO 7, J".-" Stock Ex „ change building. .. ~V ■ ■" %^_j^ _U__CRlP__o_ TERMS •. Payable to The Journal Printing: Co. Delivered by Mall. One copy, one month..... $0.35 One copy, three m0nth5..'.;.'.......... 1-00 Odo copy, six months 2.00 ..One copy, one year ••• 4.00 Saturday Eve. edition, 20 to 26 pages.. 1.50 Delivered by Carrier. On© copy, one week........ Scent .One copy, one month.'. .*...35 cents Single copy 2 cents CHANGES OF ADDRESS .. Subscribers ordering addresses of their papers' changed must always give their former as well as present address. CONTINUED. All papers are continued until an ex plicit order is received for discontinuance, and until all arrearages are pai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

WED?N TESDAY BVENINCf. MAT 8, 1901* BASEBALL BEAT THE BAPTISTS Gopher Baseball Team Gets a Little Glory. IT OVERCAME STAGG'S MEN Ply-mat and Leach Do Good Work— aunneapolla Did Sot Play Yesterday. Minnesota's baseball players are not to return to the state without some honors. The gophers had to yield to the badgers and the wolverines, but they quite evened up their .record by taking a clever game from the Chicago* university team. This nine has the benefits of Stagg's coach ing and the services of professional train ers, as well as much practice work with professional teams. Tne gophers did splendidly ln the field, Plymat and Leach being especially com mended. Leach caught Horton of the maroons three times In trying to steal and "lis work doubtless saved the game for the tourists. :?£.< ?.' Tom Howe had some mean twisters, but more than evened up by his liberality in handing out passes and many of these counted for runs later on, which explains how the- gophers made six tallies ...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

0 CITY NEWS Dr. Hare.the Delegate— Epworth League of the First M. E. - church Monday elected Dr. : Earle R. Hare delegate to ; the International convention, in San Francisco, next July. ■• Times Building to Be Bushed—Con struction was begun Monday on the new Times building, 114 and 116 Fourth street S. The building is expected to be ready for occu pancy in about sixty days. Parle Aye Improvement Ass'n.—The Park Avenue Improvement' Association will meet in Park Avenue Congregational church Friday evening. All Park avenue property owners are requested to attend. C. B. Willis Will Speak— B. Willis, general secretary of the Milwaukee Y. M. C. • A., a famous leader of convention sing ing and a speaker of rare force, well known In Minneapolis, is to address the young men » meeting, at the Y. M. C. A. building, Sunday afternoon. _B>l__a__-__l , C. of C. Membership for $1,300— L. Bradley, whose Interests are now chiefly in commission row, has sold to T. E. Winter of Winter, Ames _ Co., D...

Publication Title: Minneapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Minneapolis journal. — 8 May 1901

WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 8, 1901. YERXA a* Eye openers for money savers: Lettuce Head :. .......;.2c Asparagus Bunch. _....„ 5c Spinach K^L.. .... 12c Pie Plant Lb ... Ie LSniOnS D0zen............ f. 8C Pineapples Each 15c Good Rice £_„.;_...;;. ... 3_c Pearl Tapioca & 4s Lamp Chimneys Each 4s Scrubbing Brushes Jfc.2-S.9c Broom ***_-__-„ 19c Parlor Matches Indiana 9s Hominy spo-_d S .?........ 10c Eggs :t,y..:.'.:...:^ ...».: He Coffee Every pound we sell has been fresh roasted (In our own roasting room) on the day of its sale. Hoffman House, lb 30c Robal, lb 22c Golden Rio and Santos, lb 15c Tea '.Of. our owe importing— one hundred kinds are here. Prices begin at 35c lb. Asparagus, fresh, home grown, bunch Zc Home grown Spinach, peck 15c Pineapples, each ....::".. ........... 15c Pie Plant, lb 2c Bakery Department. Our pastry and cake baker is from one of Boston's up-to-date pastry and cake shops. We are furnishing better goods than has been supplied in Minneapolis. May's Seeds i...

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